Tech experts now have a little longer to share their thoughts on the Internet of Things with the Department of Commerce’s IT and communications regulator.
On Wednesday, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration extended the deadline by a week for their request for comment on the Internet of Things. The new deadline is June 2 at 5 p.m., instead of May 23, according to the Federal Register.
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NTIA is looking for information to “initiate an inquiry to review the current technological and policy landscape for the Internet of Things (IoT),” the Register said. Once analyzed, NTIA will write a “green paper” highlighting IoT’s challenges, benefits and role in the federal government.
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